The work of a family-run drive to help struggling families saw more than 40 food parcels handed out over October half-term.
Families on a new-build estate will finally be able to use its play parks after it was announced they would be opened for the first time – after being built two years ago.
A branch of the Royal British Legion has secured a pop-up shop - ensuring it can play a part in this year’s Poppy Appeal.
Frustrated parents and councillors have launched a campaign to push for the opening of two play parks which have still never been used, despite having been there for two years.
A long-running campaign to make a Norfolk railway station fully accessible is finally celebrating success – but it could be another two years until it happens.
Parents claim their children came home from school “shivering” after being told they could not wear coats in classrooms - where windows are being kept open amid the coronavirus crisis.
When lockdown hit in March and pubs across the country were forced to close their doors, Peter Ford knew exactly how he was going to spend his time with no customers.
A man was punched in the face and took several blows to the head and body after he was assaulted by two teenage attackers with a metal object.
For years she tried to hide it - now Jenny Foulds is embracing her port wine stain birthmark
A popular fireworks display in south Norfolk is the latest event to fall victim to coronavirus.
A business owner was left in tears after finding dozens of bags of insulation dumped on his land.
Tributes have been paid to a much-loved lollipop man who used to high-five children on their way to school.
An international memorial for all who suffered in brutal prison camps is also a Norfolk church
Car parking charges are to return at council-owned facilities from this weekend.
A government scheme to boost income for eateries has proven to be “a wonderful incentive” in its first week for cafés and pubs in a Norfolk market town.
A Norfolk-based storage firm is celebrating a decade of trading in 2020 – and has marked the occasion by opening a new site in the county.
A town museum is asking residents to come forward and share their experiences of the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown for a new project.
A tea room’s new initiative will give vulnerable customers an opportunity to safely enjoy a cuppa with family and friends.
Litter is sadly something which can be seen on the streets everywhere, but one “passionate” six-year-old is doing her bit to make sure her town is as clean is it can be.
A popular museum has made the “difficult decision” to keep its doors closed until next year in order to protect its volunteers and visitors from coronavirus.
Telephone scammers have defrauded people for thousands of pounds by ringing up and claiming they owe tax.
Two of south Norfolk’s main leisure centres are set to reopen, although swimmers will have to wait for use of a popular pool.
Brendan Gray has had the keys to his Norfolk bistro for almost five months now – but in that time has only been able to trade for four weeks.
Thousands of pubs across the country leapt at the chance to reopen their doors from July 4 after the government said they could – but one Norfolk watering hole decided to be a bit more cautious.
A couple whose mutual love of dancing brought them together have celebrated their platinum wedding anniversary.
The “inspirational” people behind a community project have been working tirelessly through lockdown to support vulnerable families, but now they need help.
It is the one night high school pupils anticipate the most.
It’s Independent Bookshop Week from June 20-27 and bookshops are reopening to browsers and buyers after months of keeping us reading with online and phone orders
An artist who uses the back of his muddy van as a canvas has paid tribute to Dame Vera Lynn with his latest design.